Mumbai: Almost eight months within the job, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly hasn’t had it straightforward. Sitting within the coveted chair, he faces stiff challenges, with cricket having come to a grinding halt and BCCI presently concerned in a scheduling tussle with ICC to guard this yr’s IPL, which has Rs 4000 crore using on it.
“I am fortunate to be the president of BCCI. It’s another opportunity to work with players and try and influence the game from that position,” he mentioned in a webinar.
When Ganguly took over, he had promised heavy deal with home cricket and assist elevate the cricketer’s pay. There hasn’t been a lot headway to this point, however Ganguly reiterated he was dedicated for the gamers. “I will always be a player’s person. I know their emotions.”
Ganguly’s title has being doing the rounds of being in competition for the ICC chair. When requested what’s subsequent for him, he didn’t give out a lot. “I keep it simple. I give my best in whatever I do. Knowingly (or otherwise) I have been pushed into different roles. My method is simple. I approach things, the way I know it best,” he mentioned.
The former India captain remained hopeful that Indian cricket would always proceed to flourish. “Indian cricket is in great hands. When Gavaskar finished, we had Tendulkar, Dravid, now Kohli has come. India will always produce champion players. It’s like football in Brazil. You never know, where talent comes from. It’s the passion boys and girls have here. We will always be a strong cricket country and continue to dominate.”